Videography in Libraries

Wednesday, October 4
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Libraries today have multiple resources relating to video creation and awareness can lead to exciting programs! This webinar will go over many different ways you can utilize the creating of video in libraries, focusing on many of the free tools available. From smart-phones to 3D animation, the video possibilities for librarians are endless.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Exposure to the world of videography
  2. Gain awareness of free videography applications
  3. Ability to facilitate library classes involving videography
  4. Learn ways to work with technology available


Austin Olney is a Digital Media Specialist at the White Plains Public Library, teaching patrons to be digitally literate and providing them with technology skills necessary for the modern world. Using the library’s teen space as a backdrop, he presents students with a hands-on approach. Receiving his Master’s Degree of Science in Education from SUNY Cortland in 2011, he gained a New York State Social Studies teaching certification and recently an A+ (Plus) Certification from CompTIA IT Industry & Association. Austin has experience teaching in a variety of educational institutions, and enjoys applying advanced technology skills to actively engage students with diverse backgrounds and learning styles.